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Mercury Concentrations in Streams Found to Go Through Daily Cycles

Research findings and examples of application to real problems--highly variable conditions cause the production of toxic methyl mercury in the environment which accumulates in fish.

by Toxic Substances Hydrology Program (Sponsor)
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Bioaccumulation, Field experiments, Fish, Human environmental safety, Mercury, Streamflow, Water chemistry, Water sampling
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